Hi, Thank you for taking the time to learn a little more about me. It is my goal to play college soccer and earn a degree in business or architecture. I have played soccer for over 15 years, 3 years in recreational and the rest of the years were competitive club teams and my high school team. My inspirations are my parents, club coaches: Joey Forester, Shane Tanner, Steve Crosby, and my high school coach Troy Stroud. What makes me a good candidate is I don't give up, I push myself to the limits, respect coaches always, take criticism well to use for improvement of my game and value playing as a team. I dedicate a huge amount of time to my education and family, as well. I am different than other players in several categories because I am a full dynamic player. I'm a controlled, aggressive player, value tactical play and am very fast and conditioned. I also have been considered by several coaches to have the best "touch game" when I receive a ball in the air. I have played defense the majority of the time, but I have spent some time in the midfield positions and understand how to play every position. Recently, I have been playing forward and have been told I dominate the upper half by my movement and ability to slip through defenders. I am a strong leader and I always want to raise my team up and keep them positive and organize my teams positioning. I am currently the captain of my team and with or without the captain badge I still use my ability to always push myself and my teammates to the limit. During my previous high school season, I was chosen for the 1st 3A All-State team and was chosen for HM All-State my freshman year. I have played 3 sports, all star baseball, basketball, and competitive soccer. I am currently retaking the ACT the test and aim to score higher than before! Test taking is challenging for me, but I have received a 20 in English, 19 in Math, 21 in Reading and Science. I am training hard in the off-season to prepare for tournaments and high school season. I am training with retired MLS player, David Horst and in other scrimmage opportunities.